Peter Paul Luce Gallery, Cornell College, Mount Vernon, IA, solo exhibition, Proximity, presents new photographs, video and 3D works exploring the ephemeral beauty and weight of the simple act of breathing in relation to earlier photographs that embrace the shifting nature of perception in relation to the concept of photographic truth and representation. The exhibition opens Friday, January 27 and runs through March 24. Many thanks to Gallery Coordinator, Brooks Cashbaugh, Prof. Chris Penn-Goetsch and the Art and Art History faculty in the Dept. of Art and Art History for their collaboration, hard work and support. Photo credit: B. Cashbaugh

Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY, 50th Anniversary: Selections from the Light Work Collection, February 3 through May 14.


Review of Sleepwalker exhibition at Paul Kotula Projects by Kim Fay Real Art Detroit, Nov. 3 . PLEASE NOTE: Sleepwalker is now open for viewing by appointment through December 31.

Paul Kotula Projects, Ferndale, MI, Sleepwalker, with Rebecca Casement, Cynthia Greig, Tony Hepburn, Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle, Karyn Olivier, Peter Williams, Anne Wilson, opens October 27 and runs through December 10, 2022. PLEASE NOTE: Sleepwalker is now open for viewing by appointment through December 31. Photo credit: P.D. Rearick

Rowe Galleries, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, Nature Morte: Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life Tradition, curated by Michael Petry, opens September 21 and runs through November 11, 2022.


Well Well Projects, Portland, OR, Smart Objects/Flattened Images. A group exhibition curated by Kelda Van Patten, brings together predominately lens-based artists who all, in varying degrees, reflect on the overlapping of the artificial and the real within this hyper-digital age. These works either create a sense of confusion as they move from one reality or plane to another, and/or bring to mind the fading distinction between our physical and corporeal experiences and our digital, cerebral ones. Opens Sept. 3.

Harper's Magazine, Representation no. 16-18 (Matchbook) accompanies Claire Messud's review of Elif Batuman's first novel, The Idiot, May issue.



The Fragility of Breathing: The New Mexico Museum of Art's exhibit "Breath Taking" with Artist Cynthia Greig. Cynthia in conversation with NMMA's Curator, Kate Ware and El Palacio's editor, Charlotte Jusinski. To listen go to Encounter Culture. August 18.

Jonathon Keats for Forbes Magazine reviews Breath Taking, "A New Exhibit About Breathing Offers a Surprisingly Fresh Perspective On Timely Issues Ranging From Covid to BLM," April 29.

Charlotte Kent, "Still/Live," The Brooklyn Rail, May 1.

Photographic Center Northwest, Seattle, WA, group exhibition, Time Capsule, Henry Art Gallery Curator, Shamim M. Momin. As humanity continues to face historical reckonings in politics, science, race, class, and the arts amidst a pandemic, photography plays a critical role in our processing and understanding June 24 - August 12, 2021.

Jonathan Blaustein, A Photo Editor, "This Week in Photography: Returning to Normal?," April 30

Breath Taking, New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM. "Breath. It is one of the first things we do in life and one of the last, but in between we don’t think much about it. In this exhibition, contemporary artists find inventive ways to express the act and importance of breathing by measuring it, scanning it, enclosing it, evoking it, and reminding us that every breath we take is a cooperative venture with our landscape. Included are drawings, installations, photographs, sculptures, and video by artists including Stuart Allen, Linda Alterwitz, Brian Finkle, Cynthia Greig, Alison Keogh, Jill O’Bryan, Frank Rodick, Meridel Rubenstein, and more. Visitors are invited to slow down and ponder the role of breath in our lives and experience this unique gathering of work." Curated by Katherine Ware. The exhibition opens March 13 and runs through September 7, 2021.
Photo credit: Andy Thompson


Still/Live, Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY. Still/Live explores how contemporary artists working in photography, video, and new media are reimagining the genre of still life. The filmmakers and photographers represented in the exhibition play with the still life’s temporal dimensions, or turn carefully chosen objects into political or social commentary. For many of the exhibiting artists, the intensified realism of trompe l’oeil is newly relevant to our modern age, when the lines between the real and the virtual, appearance and reality, and truth and fiction are growing ever more blurred. These artists also use the still life as a vehicle for exploring social connectivity in a world mediated by technology. Still/Live will feature work by Nakeya Brown, Rob and Nick Carter, Mat Collishaw, Sharon Core, Ori Gersht, Daniel Gordon, Cynthia Greig, Claudia Hart, Will Pappenheimer, Barbara Probst, Chuck Ramirez, David Rokeby and Patrick Tresset. Curated by Emily Handlin. The exhibition opens March 13 and runs throuhg June 27, 2021


TIME. Tempo al Tempo dall'isolamento by Cynthia and Renato Penna, published by Art 1307, Naples, Italy. Uno “Zibaldone” d’arte composto da un insieme di opere redatte con tutti i mezzi espressivi liberamente scelti dagli artisti per descrivere le loro sensazioni, i loro stati d’animo, le loro riflessioni su un concetto che appartiene a tutti noi: il Tempo. Ma un Tempo, quello attuale, la cui percezione può essersi eventualmente modificata a causa dell’isolamento fisico che tutti siamo stati costretti a sperimentare in questi due o tre mesi della indimenticabile Primavera del 2020. Abbiamo chiesto agli artisti di collaborare per "congelare" questa esperienza nella Storia e per lasciarla in eredità alle generazioni future.


INSTANTES : Breathscape will be screened at the Festival Internacional de la Fotografia de Avintes, Portugal September 4—30, 2020.


ART MILE. Paul Kotula Projects is excited to participate in Art Mile July 29 through August 4. This special online exhibition organized by Reyes | Finn and Cultural Counsel in partnership with Red Bull Arts brings together over 55 Detroit galleries, museums, non-profits, and artist-run spaces and, of course, many artists whose creative work continues to inspire us and fuel our community. The gallery will present a special collection of work by artists who are currently living or have lived in metro-Detroit: Jason E. Carter, Jim Chatelain, Cynthia Greig, Laith Karmo, Kathleen McShane, Paul Schwarz and Peter Williams


Check out MOCAD's Rapid Response Fundraiser, an online contemporary art initiative in support of artists, creatives and cultural institutions. "In times of crisis, artists are often among those most affected. In addition to public health concerns, this is a challenging moment for many in our community as we deal with cancelled income and revenue streams. MOCAD has always been anchored by a rich spirit of community and mutual generosity, and we believe that continuing communication and exchange are crucial for all of us. " The fundraiser includes work available for purchase by Shane Campbell, Cooper Holoweski, Sandra Osip, Simone de Sousa, Valerie Parks, Scott Reeder, Cristin Richard Sarah Rose Sharp, Ryan Standfest, Alberte Tranberg among others as well as the photograph to the right—by me!


Check out Toronto-based arts writer Tatum Dooley's insightful essay, "Cynthia Greig: Pictures at/of an Exhibition," on FFOTO



Art Market Hamptons, Clark Gallery at Art Market + Design Hamptons, The Bridgehampton Museum, Bridgehampton, NY from July 5 to July 7.


Detroit Artists Market, Detroit MI Thank You, Mies, curated by Dennis Nawrocki, June 14 to July 20. Opening reception on Friday June 20, 6-9 pm.


Clark Gallery, Drawing, Assemblage, Collage, March 19 - April 20.


Art on Paper, New York, NY (Clark Gallery Booth), March 7 - 10, 2019.


Impossible Architectures, solo exhibition, Mott Fine Arts Gallery, Flint, MI, February 21-March 12. Greig will give a talk about her work on Thursday, February 28 at 1 p.m., Mott Community College Visual Arts and Design Center. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. For more information, call the Art and Design office at 810-762-0443.


The Sandwich Project, exhibition catalogue edited by curator, Jaclyn Meloche (2019), Art Gallery of Windsor, 140pp.




Before, Buckham Gallery, Flint, MI. Collaborative video installation with L.E. Young-Siri. Before represents our second video collaboration after Forever Was Never Until Now (2015), and includes video footage from 16mm, Super 8mm film and digital cameras to create a mesmerizing, immersive installation that meditates on time, the rhythmic pulse of the planet and the captivating beauty of water with light. August 10 through September 8. 2018.


Review of Body Language, Memorial Hall, Cincinnati by Ekin Erkan for AEQAI, August 26.


Body Language, Memorial Hall, Cincinnati, OH. Michael Solway curates the first exhibition of moving picture works in the beautifully restored Memorial Hall ballrooms. Native Cincinnatians Rachel Rampleman and Alan Rath join multi-media artist Cynthia Greig in a show featuring works of projection, sculpture and sound. July 27 through August 24. 2018.


Two-person exhibition with Vid Ingelevics, Regarding Space, Peel Art Gallery, Museum + Archives, Brampton, ON. "This exhibition brings together works created by artists Cynthia Greig and Vid Ingelevics in a unique collaboration that looks at the architecture behind art. In their large-scale color photographs, the artists shift focus away from the artwork or objects intended for our view, to the exhibition space itself. The viewer will have the opportunity to reflect on both the institutional spaces depicted in the photographs, and the space in which they are viewing them." Opens July 19 thru September 30, 2018.


Glen Mannisto, review of Sans Souci @ Paul Kotula Projects, Detroit Art Review, April 25.

Solo exhibition, Sans Souci, Paul Kotula Projects, Detroit, MI. "Paul Kotula Projects is pleased to present Sans Souci, an exhibition of photography, video, and sculpture by Detroit artist Cynthia Greig. In this, the artist's first exhibition at the gallery, Greig muses the French phrase that translates 'without worry, free of care". Culled from several series of recent work, all of which explore highly aestheticized and idealized exhibition spaces, Greig establishes a "forensic eye to the peripheral details usually hidden from view." Absent from her images is artwork itself." April 14 - June 2


Group exhibition, Still/Live, with Mauricio Alejo, Dave Greber, Cynthia Greig and Robin Mandel, Art Gallery, Eastern Connecticut University. Still/Live explores how four contemporary artists working in photography and time-based media (video and kinetic sculpture) have reimagined the genre of still life. January 16- February 22.
Photo: Mauricio Alejo





Following its exhibition at The Four Domes Pavillion, National Museum in Wrocław, Poland (February 18 to May 14) Nature Morte: Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still-Life, curated by Michael Petry and Roberto Ekholm, will travel to London for it's final showing at Guildhall Art Gallery. Based on Petry's book (Thames and Hudson, 2013), the exhibition, Nature Morte, "brings together historic still-life paintings and contemporary artworks that seek to use the language of the past for modern concerns. The show seeks to illustrate how leading artists of the 21st century are reinvigorating the still life, a genre previously synonymous with the sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Old Masters." September 7, 2017 through April 2, 2018



Detroit poet and arts writer, Glen Mannisto, reviews the Sandwich Project exhibitions at Art Gallery of Windsor, including "Food, Feminism and Kitchen Culture, for Detroit Art Review, August 7.

The group exhibition, "Food, Feminism and Kitchen Culture," curated by Jaclyn Meloche, opens at the Art Gallery of Windsor on May 27 as part of its Spring/Summer program. Drawing from early feminist responses to the kitchen and Martha Rosler's Semiotics of the Kitchen — a video and performance piece in which the artist-turned-cooking show host demonstrates a culinary lexicon from A–Z —the exhibition asks how does the kitchen shape the contemporary gendered body? Albeit through a technological lens, a psychoanalytic lens or a cultural lens, the kitchen continues to offer insight into the dialogical relationship between place and identity. The exhibition includes works by Carly Erber, Anna Frlan, Cynthia Greig, Marilyn Minter, Christiane Pflug, Annie Pootoogook and Martha Rosler. The exhibition runs through October 1, 2017.

MaryAnn Wilkinson, Exhibition Director at the Taubman School of Architecture and Adjunct curator of Modern Art at the University of Michigan Museum of Art, discusses my work in Essay'd, (no. 67), May 1.


Solo exhibition, Nature Morte and Representations, MARCH, San Francisco, CA. March 9 to May 10.




Group exhibition, Nature Morte, curated by Michael Petry, and Roberto Ekholm, Bohusläns Museum, Uddevalla, Sweden. May 7 to August 28. Opening Reception on Saturday, May 7, 2 to 4 pm. Next stops, Poland and London!


Solo exhibition, Exhibitionism, Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto. April 2 to April 30. Opening Reception on Saturday, April 2 from 2-5pm.

Exhibitionism at Stephen Bulger Gallery featured on Widewalls
Photo credit: Scott Poborsa



Short video interview for Kresge Arts in Detroit.



Solo exhibition, True Likeness: Representations and Nature Morte, Crooked Tree Art Center, Petoskey, MI. January 23 through April 2. Gallery Talk, February 23, 10 am.



The Scent of Rain on Dry Earth, group exhibition,

Detroit Artists Market
, curated by Andrew Thompson. Artists include Susan Goethel Campbell, Shane Darwent, Cynthia Greig, Kylie Lockwood, Rachel Meginnes, Catie Newell, Benjamin Teague, and Elizabeth Youngblood. Opening reception: January 15, 6 pm. January 15–February 13.



Festival Internacional de Fotografia de Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Breathscape and Nebula (19 Breaths) will be exhibited as part of the Moving Images program during this year's festival, Mundo, Imagem, Mundo, in CentoeQuatro [Praça Ruy Barbosa, 104 — Centro). The opening takes place October 3 at 7:30pm. The exhibition runs through November 29.


Hå gamle prestegard, Stavanger, Norway, group exhibition, Nature Morte: Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life, curated by Michael Petry and Eva Watne. "Nature Morte brings together, for the first time, the poignant, provocative re-imaginings of the traditional still life by over 180 international contemporary artists." June 6- August 30. The exhibition is based upon Petry's book focusing on the still-life in contemporary art. Please click on the image to the right for more details.


8º Fest Foto, Fotograma Livre 2015, Tão longe, tão perto, Festival Internacional de Fotografia de Porto Alegre, Brazil, May 12 - 16


Visual Arts Fellow, Kresge Artist Fellowship, Kresge Arts in Detroit, The Kresge Foundation, June 2015


Clark Gallery, Lincoln, MA, group exhibition, Setting the Table, May 12-June 6


Center Galleries, College for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI, "Making Mischief," group exhibition curated by Michelle Perron. With Jennifer Dalton, Alex Gingrow, Cynthia Greig, Laurina Paperina and Scott Reeder. January 23 - March 7.


Buckham Gallery, Flint, MI, "Forever Was Never Until Now," multi-media collaboration with L.E. Young-Siri. February 13 - March 7. For installation views click image on the right.



Art 1307, Naples, Italy, meta-illusioni: il giardino dell'impossibile, group exhibition curated by Cynthia Penna and Emiliano D'Angelo. With Nicola Evangelista, Cynthia Greig, Michal Macku, Pilar Soberon, Philippe Soussan. Nov. 27 - Jan. 10, 2015. For an interviews with the artists and curator (in Italian) click HERE
Photo credit: Paola Tufo

Solo Exhibition, The Nearest Distance, in New York Photo Review by Norman Borden, October 23.
Photo credit: Norman Borden

Solo exhibition, The Nearest Distance, Fred Torres Gallery, 505 W. 28th St, New York. Opens Oct. 16 with a reception from 6-9 pm. Through Nov. 29.

Group exhibition, Emerging to Established - I, Krause Gallery, 149 Orchard St, New York (LES). Opens May 29 with a reception from 7-9pm. The exhibition runs through June 29th.

Darmstädter Tage der Fotografie, Reflexion — Ästhetische Referenzen, Designhaus | Eugen-Bracht-Weg 6 | Darmstadt, Germany, April 25-27.

Verve Gallery, Santa Fe, NM. Diffusion Retrospective, curated by Blue Mitchell. January 31 - April 26. Opening Reception, Friday, March 7.
Review of Diffusion in ArtNews by Ann Landi
Fan the Flames: Queer Positions in Photography, examines the play of gender in photography and video, and will feature historical and contemporary works by Canadian and international artists, as well as selections from the personal collections of curator and critic, Vince Aletti, and artist, Cynthia Greig. Curated by Sophie Hackett, the exhibition opens at the Art Gallery of Ontario, in Toronto, on June 18 and runs through Sept. 7. In conjunction with World Pride, there will also be a late night event guest-curated by fashion designer Jeremy Laing, with musical guest SSION, pop-up talks and other activities on July 3 from 7:00 to 11:30. Photo: Cynthia Greig collection


Kapsula Magazine, "The Politics of Aesthetics" (Toronto) November, 2/3, Cover Image.

Venice Arts Center, Venice CA. Narrative Space curated by Kireilyn Barber, Meg Madison and Gregory Walker. November 16-December 13. Video Screening on Thursday, December 5, 7:30pm

Nature Morte: Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life Tradition (Thames and Hudson, Oct. 2013) by Michael Petry. To order your copy please click HERE or the link above.

Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, MA. Still Life Lives!, September 22 through January 14, 2014.

Alfred State College, Bret Llewellyn Art Gallery, Alfred, NY.17 Days, curated by Adrianne Little. August 26 -September 27.

Anton Arts Center, Mount Clemens. Chromophobe, curated by Amanda Thatch and Stephanie Szmiot, July 27 through August 25.

bildkultur galerie, Stuttgart, Germany. White3, June 19 through August 25.

Scarab Club, Detroit, Women Image Hot,with Liz Cohen, Barbara DeGenevieve, Barbara Dorchen, Cynthia Greig, Trisha Holt, Lauren Kalman, Annu Palakunnathu Matthew, Shanna Merola Ann Mondro, Emily Sara, Millee Tibbs, Margi Weir and Golsa Yagh. Curated by Marilyn Zimmerwoman. February 13 - March 30.

dnj Gallery, Santa Monica, CA. Adventure Travel Series, June 8 and runs through August 10

Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland Shorts, Rockland, ME. Pneuma screening on April 5.

Ohio University Art Gallery, Athens, OH. Photo Alternatives: Borders and Boundaries opens January 21.

Wheaton College, Norton, MA. Wheaton Biennial: Drawing Out of Bounds, February 27-April 13.

Gwen Frostic School of Art, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI. Seventeen Days, curated by Adriane Little, March 25.



Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati, OH. Body/Objects: Works by 10 Photographers , October 12 - December 22.

Body/Objects features various approaches to depicting the human body and objects related to human presence. The exhibition includes a selection of recent and vintage black-and-white and color photography spanning the last thirty-five years (1977-2012) by artists from the United States and Canada: Sarah Charlesworth, John Coplans, Anita Douthat, Cynthia Greig, Ann Hamilton, Suzy Lake, Amanda Means, Laurel Nakadate, Cindy Sherman, and Hannah Wilke. Photo credit: Anita Douthat

BLINK (Seoul, Korea), #12, May 2012, Interview with ARam Kim.
"Re-Framing the Familiar" on Kathleen Clark Exposed, May 14.
20 minutos (Spain), “Cynthia Greig, fotografías que podrían ser dibujos,” by Helena Celdrán. May 14.
dnj Gallery, Santa Monica, CA. Nature Morte, April 21-June 2.
PHOTO LA, dnj Gallery, January 12-16.
UNO Art Space, Stuttgart, Germany. Special Editions includes selected limited edition photographs by Cynthia Greig, Monica Menez, Yvonne Seidel, Berthold Steinhilber, Bernadette Wolbring, Mimi Youn and others. Through January 31.


Pulse Miami, Fred Torres Collaborations, December 1-December 4.
For the Record: Andy Warhol's Polaroids and Snapshots, 1974-1986, Fine Arts Gallery at Mott Community College in Flint, MI. Curator.
Selected from the 162 images donated by the Andy Warhol Photographic Legacy Program, the exhibition explores Warhol's routine practice of surveillance and the extensive visual record he produced. It also promises to shed light on our own diaristic and voyeuristic impulses for creating a collective diary that exists in a virtual state of interconnected electronic memories on Facebook, Twitter, and countless blogs. Special thanks to Brian Liljeblad for his generous assistance, and to Mott for the invitation to work with such a compelling collection of images. I also am grateful to artist, Anton Perich, for the generous loan of his portrait of Warhol for the invitation. Image Credit: Anton Perich, Andy Warhol with Polaroid Camera, 1972. To view the exhibition click on the image to the right.
Pulse Los Angeles, Fred Torres Collaborations September 30 - October 3.
The University of Michigan's Slusser Gallery, Ann Arbor, MI. Nothing to Say curated by Kathleen McShane. The exhibition is concerned with examining nothingness - quiet, less is more, what is there and not there, and nonsense. The title comes from John Cage who commented, "I have nothing to say, and I'm saying it" when referring to his 4 minutes and 33 seconds of silence performance. The exhibition suggests that "nothing" can actually evoke "everything," or at least an unexpected fullness (as in Cage's silence). Lynne Avadenka, Jim Cogswell, Iris Eichenberg, Cynthia Greig, Paul Kotula, Michael Krueger, Melanie Manos, Stephen Prina, Jon Swindler and Cody VanderKaay. Through October 7.

Clark Gallery, Lincoln, MA. Picture Books. Through August 6.
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX. Beauty, Humor and Social Justice: Gifts from Joan Morgenstern, curated by Anne Wilkes Tucker. Through August 21, 2011.
Fred Torres Collaborations, New York, NY. Live from Detroit, curated by Monica Bowman. April 14- June 11.
The Butcher's Daughter, Me/We, featuring collaborations between artists Brian Barr and Lynn Crawford, Dick Goody and Adrian Hatfield, Cynthia Greig and Nate Morgan, Tom Phardel and Laith Karmo. Through March 26.

The Butcher's Daughter. Panel discussion, March 12 at 4PM. The event is free and open to the public. (Image credit: Bloodwood and Breath, Cynthia Greig & Nate Morgan, 2011).

Art Rotterdam, Witzenhausen Gallery, February 10 - 13.
Oakland University Art Gallery Gallery, Rochester, MI. Cynthia Greig: Subverting the (un)Conventional. Curated by Dick Goody the exhibition spans two decades of photographs and videos and includes a 70 page full color catalogue. The show runs through February 20. Reviews: Detroit News, Real Detroit Weekly and The Detroiter. You can view view some installation photos of the exhibition by clicking on the image to the right.


Witzenhausen Gallery, Amsterdam. Nature Morte: The Matter of Art and Life, November 13 - December 11.

Clark Gallery, Lincoln, MA. Nature Morte, November 6-November 27.
The 2010 Auction for the Camera Club of New York will be held Monday, October 25 from 6-8 pm at The Exhibition Lab in NYC.
For a $15 admission you can bid on photographs by the likes of me, Jowhara AlSaud, James Casebere, Larry Fink, Henry Horenstein, Andrew Moore, Lori Nix, Ashley Reid, Justin Reyes, Tema Stauffer, Alex Soth, Amy Stein, Athena Waligore, and others. I encourage you to attend and help support this great organization and hopefully add some photo gems to your collection.
Photo+ (Seoul), "Welcome to my Week" by ARam Kim.
Pelham Art Center, Pelham, NY. The Things Themselves, curated by Elizabeth Saperstein and Nancy Warner. Sept. 10-October 30.
Mark Feeney reviews Seeing is Believing for the Boston Globe (August 3, 2010) and an interview with Livi Stanford for the Concord Patch (July 14, 2010).
Review of dnj shows by Leah Ollman for the Los Angeles Times, and a feature of work in "The Best in Art, Auctions and Gallery Openings" by Erin Feher in the June 2010 issue of California Home + Design. And a special thanks to Aline Smithson who featured my photos and exhibition on her fabulous blog Lenscratch.
Springbox Gallery, Portland, OR, Diffusion: An Exhibition of Unconventional Photography. July 9- August 11.
Concord Art Association, Concord, MA. Seeing is Believing, curated by Clark Gallery's Dana Salvo. June 12-August 12.
dnj Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.Representations, May 8-July 10.
The adjacent gallery features a solo show, Alchemical Feedback by Suzy Poling.
Diffusion Magazine, vol. 2, interview with Michael Van der Tol.
Several photographs from my New Eden installation are featured in Susan Shifrin's beautiful book Re-Framing the Representations of Women, published in 2008 by Ashgate Publishing in the UK.
The book's theme developed from a group exhibition Shifrin curated in 2004 for The Library Company in Philadelphia and the Rosenbach Museum and Library at Bryn Mawr College, Picturing Women: Historical Works and Contemporary Responses.
The book "makes a substantial methodological contribution to the analysis of gender discourse and visuality. It offers new and stimulating scholarship that confronts historical patterns of representation that have defined what women were and are seen to be, and presents new contexts for unveiling what art historian Linda Nochlin has called the 'mixed messages' of representations of women." Christina Penn-Goetsch of Cornell College writes a thoughtful review of the book in the SECAC Review, Vol. XLI, No. 5 2009.
Camera Club of New York. Drawing Pictures curated by Joelle Jensen with Jowhara AlSaud, Cynthia Greig, Ashley Reid, and Athena Waligore.
Evan Mirapaul features the exhibition on his blog Fugitive Vision, as well as Andrew Belonsky's review, Pay Attention-Drawing Pictures, on Crush Fanzine Through May 1.
Photo LA dnj Gallery, Booth C-1 at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, located at 1855 Main St. in Santa Monica, CA. January 14-17.


The Butcher's Daughter, The Trace of Archive and Memory. December 5-December 23.
First Salon discussion on Saturday, December 19 from 4-6pm.
An online catalogue for the exhibition is available at the link above.
Esther Klein Art Gallery, University City Science Center, Philadelphia, PA. The Vitreous: Of Eyes and Optics. July 24- September 5.
Roberta Fallon's review in the Philadelphia Weekly, the artblog (August 12, 2009), as well as Robin Rice's review, "Use Your Illusion" in the Philadelphia Inquirer.
This winter San Francisco Camerawork invited me to create an image specifically for their 2009 Fine Print Limited Edition Program. I'm honored to have my photograph included among this year's roster of artists: Dave Anderson, Julie Blackmon, John Chiara, Lukas Felzman, Shana & Robert Parke Harrison, Mark Klett, Lisa Robinson, Brian Ulrich and Melanie Willhide. Coffee and Cigarettes is a 14 x 11 inch Type C-print produced in an edition of 20. The proceeds of these sales support SFC's programming.
If you'd like to purchase one of these photographs check out their collector's program at the link above or click here.
Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco. Complicity: Contemporary Photography and the Matter of Sculpture, curated by Leigh Markopoulos withGinny Cook, Igor Eskinja, Daniel Gordon, Chris Jones, and Vik Muniz. January 15-February 21.


Stuttgarter Zeitung and SUR.
ART MIAMI in The Miami Midtown Arts District, Midtown Blvd (NE 1st Avenue) between NE 32nd & NE 31st Street. Richard Levy Gallery. Dec. 6- 7.
UNO ART SPACE, Stuttgart. Representations and Life-Size. Through February 8. More pix HERE. Photos by Richard H. Smith.
Earlier this month photographer, photoblogger, Robert Wade, interviewed me about my exhibition at Wall Space in Seattle and kindly posted it along with some images on his blog Belltown Pictures.
In addition to Robert's interview, last week Joshua Lynch of the Seattle Weekly wrote a small review of the show as well. The exhibit runs through October 4, 2008. Photo credit Robert Wade, 2008.
Photographs from my series, From the Garden of Natural and Not So Wonders, appear in the recently released catalogue for Foto Arte Brasilia.
In the Fall of 2007 the festival organized exhibitions around the theme of Natureza, Meio Ambiente e Sustentabilidade (Nature, Environment and Sustainability), and the beautifully produced catalogue documents the exhibitions and activities sponsored by Brazil's main photography festival.
To purchase the catalogue and learn more about Foto Arte Brasilia click here.
Clark Gallery, Lincoln, MA. Staged.Through July 19.
Read Cate McQuaid's review in the Boston Globe.
Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, DE.Philadelphia Collects: Works on Paper. June 6-September 21.
Angela Faris Belt's new book,The Elements of Photography has been published and is available at your local and cyber book stores. A wonderful photographer and dedicated educator, Angela uses examples of work by 40 photographers to explore the technial and creative applications of both historical and contemporary photography, providing "visual inspiration as well as a gorgeous collection of artwork for photography enthusiasts."
AIPAD Photography Show, Park Avenue Armory, located at 67th St. and Park Ave., New York, NY, Stephen Bulger Gallery. April 10 - April 13, 2008.
PULSE, Richard Levy Gallery booth, # B-2, Pier 40, West Side Highway at West Houston Street. Runs from Thursday, March 27 - Sunday, March 30, 2008.
Fahrenheit (February), What a Wonderful World,, by Mauricio Alejo.
Photo LA 2008,Wallspace Gallery, January 23-27
Los Angeles Art Show, Richard Levy Gallery (Booth P107) at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica. From January 10 through 13.


Aperture recently announced the selections for this year's Aperture Portfolio Prize. My Representations series was among the 4 runners up which included portfolios by Ian Baguskas, Shai Kremer and Tomoyuki Sakaguchi. Jessamyn Lovell was awarded first prize. To read Sussan Ciccotti's essay which accompanies several examples of my work click here.
AIPAD Miami, Stephen Bulger Gallery, Booth #318, .
Art Miami in the Wynwood Arts District, Booth #215/316. Richard Levy Gallery
Toronto International Art Fair, Stephen Bulger Gallery, Metro Toronto Centre. Runs from October 25-29, 2007.
FotoArt Brasilia festival, Brasilia, Brazil at the Galeria Casa Thomas Jefferson. The exhibition runs through November 11.
This year's festival focuses on the theme of nature and the environment with numerous exhibitions showing works by Janelle Lynch, Esteban Pastorino, Wang Quingsong and others.
Festival Foto Arte Brasilia
Forest City Gallery, London (Ontario), Stranger than Fiction-The Delicate Art of Faking History. Curated by Heather Diack & Daniel Ehrenworth, the exhibition includes some of my New Eden photos with other photo-based work by Daniel Ehrenworth, Davida Nemeroff, and Carl Zimmerman and screenings of faux-documentaries The BlairWitch Project and Alien Autopsy. To read Heather Diack's exhibition essay click here. The show opened on September 13 and runs through Oct. 20, 2007.
Forest City Gallery
The Affair at Jupiter Hotel, Richard Levy Gallery, Portland, OR. September 14-16, 2007.
Nicole Fiacco Gallery, Hudson, NY, The Set Up. September 15 through October 22.
Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque NM. September 7 - October 12, 2007.
Wallspace Gallery, Seattle, WA. (20) Views + (4) Collaborations. June 11 to July 28, 2007
Nicole Fiacco Gallery, Hudson, NY, Altered States: Michal Bachi and Cynthia Greig. Opens Saturday June 9, 2007.
Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, IL, Relative Closeness: Portraits of Family and Friends curated by Karen Irvine. Includes Box: This is not my father, along with work by Harry Callahan, Todd Deutch, KayLynn Deveney, Deanna Dikeman, Vince Leo, Sally Mann and Aleksandra Vaja. June 15 - August 8, 2007.
Casa de la Cultura, Salta, Argentina, Representaciones April 2007.
Opensource Art, Champaign IL, Collected. The exhibition will examine the practice and motivations of collecting while considering issues of display and presentation, as well as the objects themselves.


Fotomundo (Buenos Aires), "Sobre las apariencias." September 2006
Centro Cultural Recoleta, Encuentros Abiertos, Festival de La Luz, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Solo exhibiton, curated by Elda Harrington. Opens August 3, 2006.
Encuentros Abiertos
The group exhibition, Managing Eden, curated by Kate Menconeri and Ariel Shanberg, opens Jan. 26 at The University of North Texas Art Galleries in Denton TX. Artists include Joann Brennan, Tim Butler, Dornith Doherty Deborah Edmeades, Dana Fritz, Cynthia Greig, Derek Johnston, David Maisel, Diane Meyer, Lori Nix. The show runs through Feb. 28.